SLO development plan would force out BlackHorse coffee shop

The latest of a barrage of mixed-used development proposals in San Luis Obispo would force a popular coffee shop out of one its locations.

Faced with getting ousted from a lot at 790 E. Foothill Boulevard, the owner of BlackHorse Espresso & Bakery is lobbying the city against approving a housing and commercial development at the location. Read More …

Pemberton brothers abort downtown SLO bowling alley amid new court battle

Faced with fresh allegations of hundreds of thousands of dollars in unpaid bills, a pair of controversial developers dropped their plans to build a bowling alley and entertainment venue in downtown San Luis Obispo. The brothers say, though, they plan to move forward with the project at a different site in the city. Read More …

$26 million conference center could be coming to Paso Robles

An approximately $26 million conference center could be coming soon to the grounds of the California Mid-State Fair.

The city of Paso Robles, the Paso Robles Event Center and Travel Paso, the city’s tourism marketing organization, are exploring the possibility of building a full-scale conference center, which would be the first of its kind in San Luis Obispo County. Read More …

Atascadero council approves downtown mixed use project

The Atascadero City Council unanimously approved a mixed used project last week that planners say will be a catalyst for development in the downtown area.

Known as the La Plaza project, the development consists of 42 homes and about 18,000 square feet of commercial space. The project is located on a 1.83-acre lot on El Camino Real in downtown Atascadero. Read More …